Apples, cinnamon, nutmeg, stuffing, and turkey. All those smells coming from the kitchen today only mean one thing:


From all of us here at Movementum Realty we wish you and your family a very happy and safe Thanksgiving. While this year may be a bit different lets all take a moment and be thankful. We here are Movementum Realty are thankful for our friends and family we have made this year, and we are thankful for the friends and family we will make in the future.

Today is the day we sit at our feasts and give thanks to many and all. Once the day is done we can sit back and relax knowing that another holiday is just around the corner. But what do we do with all those leftovers?

How about a great Turkey Pie.

Take you leftover turkey, gravy, vegetables, and potatoes and make yourself a wonderful left over turkey pie. With little prep and heating you can enjoy thanksgiving again. You won’t have to add too much if there are a lot of leftovers.

We use a 1/3 Rule: 1/3 Vegetable – 1/3 Turkey (White and Dark Meat) – 1/3 Potatoes. Place into a large bowl and fill with these ingredients.

Next start to add you leftover gravy, just enough to coat all the items in the bowl. mix together well but not hard enough to mash up your veg!

Place mix in a casserole or pie dish and cover with aluminum foil. Heat in oven set to 300 for 15-20 min depending on how cold your ingredients were or until slightly bubbly.

Remove from oven carefully and remove foil. Add on top a ready made pie crust or your favorite biscuit mix and follow directions for baking from box.

Let cool for 5-10 min and dig in!


  • If you don’t have enough vegetable you can use frozen mixed vegetable to achieve portion size.
  • This can be converted to Gluten Free by exchanging the gravy and pie crust to Gluten Free options.
  • For an extra kick dollop some cranberry sauce over your serving.